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Timber Harvesting Company Cannot Escape Overtime Liability, But Commute and Meal Break Time Should Not Have Been Included, Sixth Circuit Holds

USA - June 6 2019 Rejecting employer Timberline South’s argument, among others, that FLSA coverage did not apply because all of its timber harvesting occurred only...

Michael J. Kozimor.

Sixth Circuit Rules that Moonlighting Police Officers are Employees, not Independent Contractors

USA - February 20 2019 The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently concluded that all officers of a private security and traffic control company were “employees,” rather...

Airline Ordered to Pay Flight Attendants $77 Million in Damages

USA - January 31 2019 A class of flight attendants in a case involving alleged violations of California’s wage and hour laws was awarded $77 million in damages. In so doing...